10 Most Underrated Cocktails, According to Bartenders

People often think of "daiquiri" as a word for the brightly colored frozen drinks that are popular by the pool.


Paiement also likes the Vieux Carre, which is a cocktail that doesn't get enough attention. He fell in love with it while visiting in New Orleans.

Vieux Carré

If you want a new summer drink, you might want to try the Pisco Sour. It's made with pisco, which is a Peruvian brandy that hasn't been aged, lime, sugar, and egg white.

Pisco Sour

This drink is the national drink of Mexico. It has three ingredients: tequila, lime juice, and grapefruit soda.


TThis drink is made with white rum and fresh grapefruit juice and maraschino liqueur. 

Hemingway Daiquiri

The Martinez is different from a martini, which is usually made with gin and vermouth. Instead, it is made with gin, sweet vermouth, maraschino liquor, and bitters.


Even though its name sounds like a flower, this drink does not have flowers in it. Instead, it has dry vermouth, Benedictine, absinthe, and an orange peel topping.


Blackstrap rum, Campari, pineapple juice, fresh lime juice, simple or Demerara syrup, and a pineapple wedge are used to make the tropical drink.

Jungle Bird

It's no surprise that with a name like "Corpse Reviver," this beverage was initially created as a hangover cure.

Corpse Reviver

This drink is "absolutely more than the parts that make it up." Mezcal, Aperol, maraschino liquor, and fresh lime juice are used to make the orange-colored drink.

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